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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 1, 1870, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                .1 The Daily New Mexican. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1870. IS'UMBKII t'rtl r- Win. .1. J'J.-I {''l-'-'l Utltril Ml. n Aff.iir---W. I. DAILY iti.iHiit.it MM A.U. tV Our neighbor the ;w t-xhibiu! much indignation at our uiih] reference to the substitution of ths wonl '-publisher" for the won! "propiietor" at head of columns till! We regret tint "editor anil publislii-r" 19 so grossly ig- it i i All mini-add in gnuil standing requested b "'jo norant of whjt the readinc mii.hc exiiects of a "i Kil. II li to attend a n-gular tmtmpinriit a iMcKae I'ost III. J I .-ttvill-iJ-lii TrrrltArlial IMiilli' I, ;il, i H "f II.'- Itilrii jian-liall. IHMrfcl Giiiii A. A. I' ,'Mer "Juarii- .-lil-flinmiii i i. li.-ii i'i ..-I-IU'I llr.-i-i-t MJ II.'I I.I..UI. f. I-', lln-it n mill other businnn truniart. thu instalUtion of officers will take of importance to M. A. UBEEHEX, i'ost Adjutant, K, with a brazen effrontery that journalist, and uses language which certainly is found in the vocaoulary of gentlemen. We lorry to obieive evidences of fallibility in tin matter of mintieri and knowledge of the usages and tastes of polite or of the or- dinary reading public, in the selection of Isn- guage and mode of expression. It in unfortun- ate thiit a young gentle man of such brilliant pro- se and remarkable precocity, thould exhibit June 30. A Home ilisjutdi of the the mtiliatc: in on Hie iiifalliliijjtj- dogma i., untrue. iJiscuisiou oT the project i< re-, ported Una urdured to op- pose proposition to set uahle tbc Tlit 'discuMiiiiij toHljnuc-s. Ilisliojis Incliuliug lut of San Friinciiico, Mi-xlco, linliiiuorc, Chile aud others have a i-L-ijutst to the faithful for subscription in Ud of the Catholic church at Constantinople- which siillcrc-d in the late tire. A Madrid letter to the Times states Isabel- la's indication is regarded Important as tbc candiil.-icy of the J'riucc of Aituriai pui- f ible and choice of regent. Acl. Mf-l. I gniier.il pity and di.gusl, tu bu the j depravity of taste, and such Washington, June SO. bright tluwcr" of modern civilizn- in tlle USl! billings-rale. It will in- The second annual commencement exercises linn and culture, the editor of our "eiiicrjiritimj" man in an intelligent community, even j of the Nnl'oual iJeaf and Mute college wci morning the columns of that lie fe'euerally. Our neighbor miat heid with twaddling school tin-' rcsttain uis this vulgarity, which verbal and M-ntactical blunders of conceited sre grwvcd to observe is so decided a per- lileracy, mid proudly boast, of their window and !tion of llis must be concealed or bis i litt-r.iy beautv. U't. dislike verbal criticism be-! from it. The I'utt declines cause it is slmo.t always contemptible, tnj ;to Bivc notice nf a clungc of proprintoriliip. The President signed the act giving priority to certain revenue cases, to which a state is party In courts of the United Stains. conference committee reported on a hill amending the act giving the right of n.. I therefore lure been in regard to the "ot "atc thst chungc in that respect ovtr numerous Kraaiiustical and ihelurical sini ofour'1'" not "editor and j The tax b to ditch and canal Krl. ilWIK-l .fu-r tir.l inn K-. July. irk cr public in. i i r i was resumed, the bill autbor- ni-ighbnr, although he ha. called attention in the: elands on Ins dignity, and isyi -we j lzlns transportotinn in bulk from port of ili- Au- l-'onsu" our o iiioat relf sullii.-ieiit and puerile manner, to every lip of thu pen and types tint has appeared in j our Ani-ii-l. ik- on ililnl M.III- jour columns, liut, an tome ntonlu who read proprietorship is none of your busi- I I Ihv uf I, Au- i-, coiltily, c- l nil the Kccontl Alcitl.l, ArriiiH counlv, tfcinl Ktiiiilnyi. of A (ii J OH llll clau, .v Kirry M'hl- coninrnclng on thv ililf tile t lujf on tile fourt] uf May i Icioli, ,at, Vuk-iiuiii coi nil, May krt'l Oi'tolivr. riuii.ly, coj K.y.liJdtl......r. TIMKI, msTHlrr. 1 J. Watcrfl .1. Jlnli -'.IrvilU. Duutt Ana county, commencing on ihi ..u.o.K ln 1'i All, i., t.r.u MJKo, of t lirjil  t M.iulqr In January -liclni.- vii 1 U.ir on tliu comnieocinf on t U rr 1'rc -o M-.ninvH, Ulicrill. N II. Maxwell. Juik-o "J. Cnllioun.Slwclll. ASA MalraUrez. Probsk- JuJgi-: Klii-rllf. Itmlioli, I'roliali- Ja-lfc-o J. COW O. Murtiliy, I'robiilc- Willl.-uii llruJy. Probttte Ju.lue i KWiun- bin-riff. AlatliA .lunl 4. Hi-rn-rii, MlK-rilf. i OiirciA, I'l-ubat-- Judge [TA ASA Tonian CulR-za tic iu.-l liuriui tflKrill. f A Ft Antonlii Orliz y Sa -W Hlicrill. I-rolult- o, I'robalc Juan Jaruiilllo, Probalt- Judge Huoya, Mn-riir. riaiKhei, I'robalo Julian lff. nUdo Lunn, 1 the 1'nst too hsMily to obterve its abounding crudities, stupidities, and gross violations of the fundamental rubs of Knglish grainmir, may be deceitei! by its impudent assumption of superior scholastic-attainments, we reproduce a few of the many to be found ih'the lait number but one. Who can fail to admire the brilliant author of the following or venture to question the modesty and justice of his claim to the right of leadership in our Territory? No doubt our pecplu are proud of the honor be coi fers upon them by condescending to be their "guide, phi- losopher and and are duly grateful for the sweet draughts be gives them from the pro- found depths of his windnnj "That committee must report when it is cal- led in order, or wb n in the make up of j entry to port ol delivery, and to'prohibit the Certainly; suit we infallible j enforcement of Chinese Coolcy contracts were ottered as .amended but withdrawn after dis- cussion. Scott olTered au amendment provid- ing for a new department entitled "department of but finding it would occasion a protracted discussion, withdrew It. Cole moved au Increase tax on whiskey to one dollar. TImrman stated he had heard the ring bad borught up all the whiskey in the country wKh the expectation of making fortune by increase of tax. Amendment n-jectcd i: to 31. Duty on oats was reduced to five cents per QT Judge 1'alen bus declined the invitation to preside on tbc occasion of the fourth of July celebration, because of his being engaged in im- portant and laborious judicial duties. Gov. Pile also declined an invitation to pre- the occasion. If The eastern coach brought DO through mail to-div. led in order, or wlirn leave in granted them, by Mexican. Jf the above sentence rejiortvil under the "mica and proceedings of a eliijhl injection aj English grammar into llie mles wuutd da tjootl. 1'erbaps we am not KAMIHAR, but the number and jicrsun, in the qiiotntion, seem to be -iecidtdly mixed. If it gen permis- sion to report, why should Ihfm spoil tka fun by attempting to make report 'i Can it be possible that the above criticism by our philosophical descendant of Lindley Murray is neither correct, nor expressed in good Eng- lish? "Our influence is coexistent with the rectitude if our course." m. No. 1. K. T. IHMU lie second iirunys oietcli mrou 01, dm Uomluy of c M., on the dm A. P. t uiuntli. i I. a. o. K. mm( Thundnj ete T, tttectievery O- A, li. m-rtt Hie llril tat Iblnl Frl- SWUIIi at their lull III appoltitnl AMlirnce of llie of dtxUred it ItMiikrttfit by the rt-.itmne 'TmiwryofXewUMlio, 1 hen-by- iiMjryau to ntd Ktnctiaii prhir tu proi i .11 pm In thai to fur' ut I Saylt afiliui all BANT1AUO L. Hl'UllEl.I., liana 1st, 1170. "Of course since auch an authority aiuwuncu out position a mistaken one, it is prattmptiti o think otherwise." If the following paragraph not been found n our classical an j oracular contemporary wo rould be inclined to regsid it as a very fine pecimen of driveling imbecility, but as nothing uiperfect could possibly come from the eloquent >eh of the presiding genius of that sheet wo do :ot hesitste to submit it to our readers as a geui of "purusC ray "Itut now that that paper has played somer- sault and blnweii hot or cold, as tin occasion required, to acijuire "Congressional exper- as il has taken all sides on tun Connlitu- tion.and the fusion, it has at last obtained a suf- ficient FAMII.MIIITV to be able to declare that we from an incorrect assumption of ftct." Our neighbor means, of course, our refusal to support the fusion movemrnt. Tint was sup. iioii-J and intended to be a bait for Republicans, and was an "incorrect assumption of and we did il fitit, last and all time, till finally the AVir Mexican followed us." ty The I'oil, with a modesty characteristic of its editor, invites us to compare records. As journalists we submit the merits of our pa- per to the reading public. We can not com- pare records with the Post until it has a record worthy of approbation or imitation. The Post hns succeeded in making reputation for its l'edi- tor and publisher" as a conceited bragadocio and ai being ns proficient in the use of slang as he is reckless in statement and unmindful of journal- istic propriety. We concede without argument or contcit the greater ability of the Post man in the of scurrility. In that respect, his op- portunities hire doubtless been better than ours. Our modest neighbor errs if lit? the peo- ple will mistake brass for ability, or accomplish- ed blackguardism end the violent use of oppro- bushel. Charleston, June 30. The steamer Tennessee hence for New York took ilrc iu the bold on Tuesday evening forty miles north cast of Cape Konmin, was run for shorn aud scuttled in ten leet water, and pas- sengers and crew safely landed. Assistance c to the vessel has which was a flne irou steamer valued at gJ Chicago, Jane SO. To-day has been the hottest of the icason, he thermometer at four o'clock p. m. 38. A brick layer ut work on the second story ci i new buiUling was overcome by heat'and fell o the ground and killed. A severe llmn- der shower to-night bus moderated the brious terms for argument. We advise the infal-1 UM' rii i- j LI- i f The commencement exercises bble. "editor and publisher' in alt frtendlinncf- university were held to curb Ins temper ana to cultivate a better J style. Vulgarity is not popular in a ncwupaper nor are coxcombry and se'.f-adulstion calculated to give inlluence to a or gain for him tbe respect or confidence of the people. of the raduatiug class f Uur infallible neighbor of the anti-StatD organ seems to be unable (o govern his temper. We are compelled reluctantly and rrgretlully Co doubt his infallibility in that nspvct; although we concede that in most respects bis infallibilly it "co-tlieknt with the. rectitude of hit eouNt." is as non-committal on the State question as it is silent with regard to the pro prietnrship of the Post establishment. Doubt less the well known diffidence of the "editor ani publisher" prevents a declaration of the 7Ws position with reference to the enabling act anc the stste movement under its provisions. BY TELEGRAPH. London, June 30. The North German Lloyds will aoon run i line of stcsmera from Southampton to the Weat Indies. Bombay, June 30. The Captain of the ship Tllsa has prov- en to have signed bills of'lading fora thousand bales of cotton never shipped, and upon which leading merchants obtained U5.000 poauds sterling, liichmoiid, June SO. W. H. Drew, colored member of the Legis- lature from Virginia has betu arrtsted, dialled with The extensive distillery of Strauss Powell at Lyons, Iowa was burned to-day with barrels of hijrh. wines valued at a hundred anil twenty thousand dollars. New York, June 30. John Heal seutcuced to be hanged August Mb. Judge Barnard refused an injunction on the Lake Shore rsiiroad against selling New York Central tickets. Charles J. Uerrlam arrested, concerned in the late robbery ot the U. S. treasury of 000, was found to have in his tevtu thousand dollars of the money. Suit has been brought against the bondsmen ofci-collector llsiley jbr the recovery ofadc- tk-Icncy; in his accounts which Is elated to be dollars. Ice advanced to a dollar and a quarter and a dollar and it half a hundred. The .supreme court over-ruled ths award of Sliii.OOO to city for street for the uew Harlem railroad depot. A report shotting the value of the property to be New commit loners have been appointed to the aatlon. Uouble team trot for a thousand, was won Jt-ssie Walea and Darkness in Ji23j. -2M aud JSU.   

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